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IrisCX Announces $4.6M USD Seed Round

By: Tracy Posadowski • 23 February 2023

Our smart video platform is taking consumer product selection, DIY setup, and support to a new level.

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One of the most common chasms between customers and support teams is time. Customers want answers to their questions, but they don't want to wait for a response. Virtual support solutions can help close this gap by offering fast, reliable responses without requiring your customers to wait in a queue.

The days of customers calling a company for consultations and support are over. With online booking services like Acuity Scheduling, it’s easier than ever to queue up virtual customer appointments without any manual effort on the part of you and your team.

What is visual engagement, how can agents use it, and what is the ROI? Our guide to visual engagement answers all of your questions.

Support your customers remotely at their time of need

When customers buy a new product, there are three moments that really make-or-break the experience – when they choose the product, when they set it up, and when something goes wrong. If you meet your customer needs at each of these three touchpoints, you’re already pulling ahead of your competitors.

Online reviews are impactful because they reach people with purchasing intent – a total of 93% of new customers consult reviews before purchasing a product or service. With virtual CX, your team can start receiving and leveraging better quality reviews.

Early adopters of connected products might be able to handle self-installation with minimal guidance, but for the majority of consumers, smart devices can be challenging to install and connect to the other devices in their home. As a result, support teams have started to leverage new technologies to improve their customer journey.

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